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Cool Rents: Chesapeake Commons

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Perhaps you’ve heard? Renting is the new buying. Welcome to Cool Rents where we walk you through standout rentals in the Baltimore real estate market.

Name: Chesapeake Commons

Cross Streets: North Eutaw and George Streets

Neighborhood: Sometimes Market Center, sometimes Seton Hill, sometimes Mount Vernon (mostly Seton Hill but v. close to Mt. Vernon)

Year Built: 1899 and repurposed as apartments in the early ’80s

Price: With dozens of individual floor plans, there is quite a range, but to give some idea; a one bedroom (888 sq. ft.) is $1350 and a two bedroom (1,486 sq. ft.) is $1,895

Just the facts: Pet-friendly, but a charge of $15 to $45 a month depending on the pet’s size, washer and dryer in all units, free hi-speed internet, a gated and reserved parking space runs $90 a month.

Weekend Events Calendar: Chesapeake Bay Balloon Festival, Vegan Soulfest, BronyCon and more

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Photo via The Chesapeake Bay Balloon Festival/Facebook

For those staying in town, this weekend marks a good chance to live the local life, summer-style. A host of bands are playing the city’s clubs, locals are rallying for peace with fun events for another Baltimore Ceasefire weekend, and there are chances to enjoy delectables in outdoor environs from Vegan Soulfest to Frosé in the Park. Plus, Solange Knowles’ film debuts at Lexington Market.

Chesapeake Bay blue crab population sees big gains

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Just as Marylanders prepare to steam them up and eat them by the bushel, blue crabs are on the rise in the Chesapeake Bay, according to an annual population report.

Scientists from Maryland and Virginia estimate there are 594 million crabs in the estuary, up from 371 million when they conducted a count last year.

Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation are Suing the EPA Over Appalachia’s Coal Emissions

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A coal-fired power plant in Ohio. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

After a year of federal inaction on states’ damaging coal-fired power plant emissions, Maryland’s attorney general, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and others are taking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to court.

Trump’s EPA Cancels Years’ Worth of Funding for Chesapeake Bay Journal

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The Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Photo by Farragutful, via Wikimedia Commons.

A nearly three-decade-old newspaper devoted to covering the Chesapeake Bay’s restoration is about to lose a major chunk of its revenue, thanks to an abrupt decision by Trump administration.

Report Advises ‘Cautious’ Crabbing After 18 Percent Decline in Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab Population

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The results of this year’s annual crab population survey may have Marylanders feeling a little salty.

President Trump Still Plans to Eradicate Chesapeake Bay Program Funding Next Year

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Maryland Ranks Low Among States Worth Spending Your Retirement In
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With the release of his full 2018 budget proposal, Donald Trump today made it clear he intends to keep his promise to make massive federal spending cuts next year. And despite plenty of pushback from Congress, the president still plans to do away with the $73 million set aside for the Chesapeake Bay Program, a 34-year-old bipartisan effort to clean up North America’s largest estuary.

Someone’s Been Meddling with Chesapeake Bay Boat Traffic Using a Laser Pointer

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A hooligan’s (or hooligans’) antics in the Chesapeake Bay have caught the attention of the U.S. military.

Whitehall Mill hits the market, Loch Raven Commons moves ahead, B-More Kitchen opens in Govans, Remington “Flame” gets lighted; Baltimore Museum of Art wins top design award

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Residents have begun moving into Whitehall Mill, a $20 million mixed-use community that is taking shape inside a former cotton mill in Baltimore’s Jones Falls Valley.

Cool Rents: Open Loft Apartments

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There have been a few recent searches on Baltimore Fishbowl for Loft-Style Apartments, so we thought we’d reach back into the archives and share a couple of posts we’ve done spotlighting three great loft-style apartment communities in the City.  Take a gander…if you’re interested, make sure to contact the leasing office for the current rates.

Baltimore Lofts – Living in Spacious Luxury

Orig. posted Thursday, Apr 03, 2014 – Written by:
Loft Style at 1901 South Charles
Loft Style at 1901 South Charles

From Station North’s grand old warehouses to the mills of Hampden and Woodberry, these buildings stand as vivid reminders of Baltimore’s industrial history.

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